Manchester United boss has talked about David De Gea’s situation at Old Trafford.
After the talks about
time on the bench, theRed Devils’
manager has talked about the matter, saying that the Spanish goalkeeper will have playing time despite
He also talked about not using De Gea against Brighton, insisting that he wanted to give the player some time after his absence because of personal reasons.
"I've got two great keepers, two number 1s,"
"David de Gea spent a while back home and then he had internationals so he hadn't played for about a month. He'll definitely play football for us again."
There is a tough decision for Solskjaer to make considering both goalkeepers’ form. Solskjaer has De Gea, on one hand, with so much experience, and Henderson, on the other hand, with a performance that can convince any coach to use him.
David De Gea has conceded 1.23 goals per 90 minutes in 24 Premier League games saving 67.5 percent of the shots he has faced. Henderson has conceded only 0.62 goals per 90 minutes, saving 84 percent of the shots that he has faced in the Premier League.
These performances added to De Gea’s experience, and Henderson’s ambitions can make Solskjaer’s job much harder, and we have to wait and see what will happen in the remainder of the season.